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No matter what you do from nine to five, we imagine you're far less excited to get dressed for that part of your day than you are for, say, the five to nine. That is, unless you've got access to New York designer Nellie Partow's immaculate fall '13 collection. For spring, she gave us some seriously kick-ass numbers in soft eggshell and punchy red, and now, for autumn, the seriously good staples have gotten updated in hues that'll take you straight through to winter. From the perfect double-breasted charcoal-grey blazer to fuchsia pants that don't scream "I'm in a parade," this new line's luxe separates might just be the most practical yet — though they look pretty haute, too.
Photos: Courtesy of Nellie Partow
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